Seeing social distancing in unexpected places – The Artsology Blog

I went out for a walk in my neighborhood this afternoon, to get some fresh air and to try to get my mind...

A positivity rock garden in the age of coronavirus – The Artsology Blog

I was walking my dogs today in Glen Ridge (NJ) when I happened upon this little rock garden alongside the curb, with a...

Compassionate Photos of Daily Life in FARC Camps, Colombia’s Largest Guerrilla Group

Federico Ríos Escobar, “Caleteo” (2016) (all images courtesy Federico Ríos Escobar)BOGOTÁ — Two pairs of legs, dressed in army camouflage and mud-covered boots,...

from kayaks and paddles to protective face shields – The Artsology Blog

Here at Artsology, we’re not just interested in paintings, sculpture, and art history … we have a great appreciation for creativity in many...

Uplifting messages from chalk drawings on sidewalks – The Artsology Blog

I went out for a walk today to get some fresh air and some exercise as a break from my coronavirus quarantine routine...

a remarkable gesture by The Rubin Museum of Art – The Artsology Blog

I received an email today with what I consider to be a remarkable and very forward-thinking gesture by an art museum: a virtual...

New Public Health signs for these trying times – The Artsology Blog

I went for a walk in the park today, trying to get some exercise outside, since I’ve been voluntarily self-quarantining lately (I’m healthy,...

It’s a little quiet out there on Pissarro’s Boulevard Montmartre – The Artsology Blog

Considering how everything is shutting down in various parts of the world as we all struggle to contain the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), it...

Face effigy stone found in the Delaware River – The Artsology Blog

We continue to get interesting submissions from readers of the Artsology Blog with photos and stories of face effigies and rock art found...

Did Venus ever need a toilet paper calculator? – The Artsology Blog

As everyone knows, with the coronavirus pandemic and the need to quarantine, there has long been a run on toilet paper, and people...

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